Our experienced clinicians can help with a range of other skin treatments.

 

Sun spots, pigmented lesions & hyper pigmentation

We also offer effective treatment for unwanted sun spots and pigmented lesions with more accuracy and control than other treatments.

Our GentleMax Pro laser has the ability to deliver different laser forms, appropriate for the various types of lesions. It allows us to create a bespoke treatment plan based on the depth and colour of your treatment area.

Whilst we may not be able to completely remove the pigmentation in every case, significant permanent lightening of the spot is achievable.

Everybody is different so your results will depend on your skin type, pigmentation, and the area on the body being treated.

The ideal skin for sunspot reduction is a fair skinned. Patients with darker skin tones may be treated, but there is a higher risk of skin discolouration. Winter is the best time for this treatment as tanned skin is unsuitable.

Please note: we recommend all lesions be checked by your doctor or skin specialist before being treated by laser.


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Melasma/Chloasma

Our highly trained clinicians can also help create a bespoke treatment plan for Melasma/Chloasma.

Melasma is a mixed dermal (deep) and epidermal (superficial) form of skin pigmentation meaning the skin develops darker areas, predominantly on the face. There can be many causes for Melasma including sun exposure, age, hormone changes and pregnancy.

Because the pigmentation develops through multiple layers of the skin, effective treatment of Melasma has previously been difficult to achieve. With our latest Spectrum Q switch laser technology, we now have the ability to deliver different laser forms, appropriate for the various types of lesions at various depths. Our clinicians will work with you to create a treatment plan individual to your needs.

This treatment is virtually painless and only a slight warmth will be felt. After your treatment, you will notice the surrounding skin will look slightly pink and the treated lesion may appear darker but the redness will subside within 2 - 4 hours.

If your treatment requires down time, slight redness may remain for a few days (3 - 5 days). It can easily be covered with makeup. Melasma has a tendency to recur with excess sun exposure so a quality SPF sun block is a good idea to maintain your results.

Please note: we recommend all lesions be checked by your doctor or skin specialist before being treated by laser.


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